Hollywood, FL – Lion and Unicorn is proud to announce an upcoming auction featuring a collection of luxurious jewelry, art, bronzes, crystal, and more. The auction, set to take place on Sunday January 29th, will offer a wide variety of high-end items for discerning collectors and connoisseurs.Luxurious Jewelry, Art, Bronzes, Crystal, and MoreThe collection includes stunning pieces of jewelry, including diamond rings, bracelets, and necklaces, watches, as well as an array of paintings and other artworks by renowned artists. The bronzes on offer include sculptures by Felipe Castaneda, and the crystal selection includes beautiful objects from Chihuly, vases, bowls, and other decorative items.There is a selection of fine furniture and other home decor items such as chandeliers and beautiful rugs.Preview the auction online at Bid.Lionandunicorn.com or visit our Gallery in Hollywood, FL, to see these stunning items in person. Those interested in bidding can register in advance either online or by phone at 954-866-8044.Happy Bidding at Lion and Unicorn
Superior-quality Tiffany Studios Nasturtium lamp leads stellar lineup, selling for $123,000DENVER, Pa. – Morphy Auctions set the stage for a beautiful Christmas season with its $1.9 million Fine & Decorative Arts Auction held December 19-20 at the company’s spacious Pennsylvania gallery. Collectors, tastemakers and holiday shoppers vied for superior jewels and watches, paintings, art pottery, silver, and more than two dozen dazzling Tiffany Studios lamps – a festive way to wrap a year of memorable, high-profile sales.“The lamp selection was especially fine, with three particular Tiffany designs attracting the lion’s share of attention at the preview,” said Dan Morphy, president of Morphy Auctions. At the center of the Tiffany winners circle was a signed and numbered Nasturtium lamp with a leaded-glass shade profusely decorated with multicolored confetti glass tiles and a bevy of richly-hued flowers. Resting on a telescoping Tiffany-stamped cat’s-paw base and in excellent condition, the scene-stealing lamp sold within estimate for $123,000. Tiffany Studios Nasturtium leaded-glass table lamp on telescoping cat’s-paw base. Sold within estimate for $123,000A Tiffany Studios Peony leaded-glass table lamp displaying a lively medley of red and pink blooms against a verdant ground sold well above estimate for $79,950, while a rarely seen Tiffany Studios double candlestick with blown-out Favrile glass and a decorative patinated bronze lily pad base met its pre-sale expectations, selling for $20,910.The sale featured a first-rate selection of European decorative art, including a very rare and appealing Loetz 10-inch triple-lobe glass vase. With purple-blue iridescent accents against a gold background and further enhanced by delicately detailed lotus leaves, this distinctive vase is prominently featured in a Loetz reference book. It sold for $33,210 against a $10,000-$15,000 estimate. An absolutely amazing Amphora Gres-Bijou vase, 17 inches tall with a motif of applied leaves, blackberries, and three-dimensional feline heads, presented in mint condition with an
Featured: Exquisite gold and platinum jewelry, Canton collection, Chinese export porcelains, sterling silver, antique Japanese wares, fine mid-century & traditional furniture, estate paintingsSOUTHAMPTON, Pa. – For more than 60 years, family owned and operated Stephenson’s Auctioneers has earned an impeccable reputation based on its sales of fresh-to-market art and antiques from the Philadelphia area’s most elegant estates. Traditionally, their most anticipated event of the year is their Jan. 1 New Year’s Auction, which, for 2023, will feature high-quality fine and decorative art, jewelry, silver, fine furniture; and other valuables and personal property from residences in the Mid-Atlantic region. All forms of remote bidding will be available for those who cannot attend in person, including phone, absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.Platinum cluster ring with antique mounting that features three large round diamonds (each 4.2-4.5mm, 1.00 cttw) surrounded by 16 early-cut round accent diamonds (2.00 cttw) scalloping the perimeter of the main stones. Estimate $1,500-$2,500“Throughout the year, we set aside rare and beautiful pieces specifically for our New Year’s Day event,” said Cindy Stephenson, owner of Stephenson’s Auction. “Our regular buyers know this, and many say they wouldn’t miss the New Year’s sale for anything. They actually plan their activities around the auction, either attending in person at the gallery or bidding by other means.” The fully curated 340-lot selection glitters with a tasteful array of platinum, gold and sterling silver jewelry ranging from Victorian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco pieces to rings, earrings and other bejeweled and high-carat creations of the mid- to late-20th century.With an inscription that dates it to circa 1907, a Smith Patterson & Co., brooch of quintessential Art Nouveau style incorporates a beautifully enameled watch into its design. The 14K yellow gold cast pin is an ethereal depiction of a woman with flowing hair set with 2.5mm
SJ Auctioneers is welcoming its bidder again with another wonderful rare auction of collectibles.Lots from ART GLASS MAKERS such as Herend, Steuben and Baccarat are reaching strong hits at SJ Auctioneers upcoming auction October 23rd. Bidders can find collectibles from home décor, toys, jewelry and silverware from the finest collectible makers.RARE Collectibles from Gorham, Edward Hald, Mont Blanc and Lionel corporation are amongst the items too.Pre bidding and registration is available on live auctioneers site. https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/262578_fall-for-the-auction-of-collectibles/Click the follow button next to SJ Auctioneers to follow our upcoming auction. To consign please email [email protected]Some of the popular lots.SIGNED EDWARD HALD ORREFORS FISH DESIGN VASE 5.5 inchhttps://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/137556429_signed-edward-hald-orrefors-fish-design-vase-55-inchCased Glass VaseMade by OrreforsSigned Edward Hald Excellent used condition Height: Approx 5.5″Weighs about 7lbsBrio Sweden FIRE ENGINE 22″ Wooden Truck made in sweden 1950https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/136952995_brio-sweden-fire-engine-22-wooden-truck-made-in-sweden-1950NICE Large VINTAGE 1950’s WOODEN BRIO LADDER FIRE TRUCK 1950’s WOODEN BRIO LADDER FIRE TRUCK. OVERALL NICE AND SHOWS SOME PLAY WEAR AND SOILING. MEASURES ABOUT 22″ LONG. SOME DECAL LOSS AND WEAR.Sterling silver vase with enamel by SHIEBLER 19th centuryhttps://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/136953011_sterling-silver-vase-with-enamel-by-shiebler-19th-century19th C SHIEBLER STERLING & ENAMEL FLOWER VASE. Antique George W. Shiebler & Company sterling silver vase. Has a hand painted enameled floral design to front of body. Ruffling to rim. Retailed by E. J. JACCARD J.CO store. Marked STERLING E. J. JACCARD J.CO with the number 7800. Has the Shiebler wings with S mark to bottom. 19th century. Measures 5 3/8″ height (13.6cm).
It’s another wonderful auction to be hosted online on Sunday, October 23, 2022. Savvy collectors can find rarities from old original Matchbox Lesney collections, Disney, Herend, SALVIATI, Edward Hald, Steuben, Baccarat, Fine silverware from Gorham, Wallace, Kirk And son and part as well.Fall for the Auction of Collectibles at SJ Auctioneers on October 23 2022Prebidding is available now:Click the follow button next to SJ Auctioneers to follow our upcoming auctionshttps://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/262578_fall-for-the-auction-of-collectibles/To consign with SJ AUCTIONEERS please email [email protected]
Quality luxury jewelry items and collectible vintage pieces will soon come to the market with WinBids Auctions. The sale includes a wide selection of estate jewelry, as well as wristwatches and small accessories. Bidding will begin live at 3:00 PM EDT on October 11, 2022.22.50 Ctw in Diamonds & Sapphires 18k Gold BraceletLeading the catalog is a diamond and sapphire bracelet crafted in 18-karat white gold (lot #171; estimate: USD 15,000 – $22,000). This Art Deco revival-style bracelet features over 120 diamonds of F through G color and VS1 clarity. Deep blue sapphires twist between the diamonds to create a braided pattern. Together, the stones weigh approximately 22.50 carats. Also notable is a ruby and diamond cocktail ring (lot #174; estimate: $9,000 – $13,000). This piece centers a cabochon ruby weighing approximately 3.00 carats while smaller rubies and diamonds stretch in bands along the 18-karat gold setting. Rubies & Diamonds 18k Gold Cocktail RingA Tiffany & Co. bracelet designed by Elsa Peretti is also on offer (lot #221; estimate: $15,000 – $20,000). This sculptural Bone cuff bracelet was designed to be worn on the right wrist. Its curves gently hug the wearer’s bones while creating an elegant style statement. Peretti designed the Bone cuff in the 1970s, soon after she moved into the jewelry design world and signed a contract with Tiffany. The available Bone bracelet is made of solid 18-karat yellow gold. Tiffany Co by Elsa Peretti Rare Small Right Bone Cuff in 18K GoldSeveral vintage vanity cases are up for bid this October. These compact cases grew in popularity during the 1920s. At that time, women’s fashion abandoned heavy layers and pockets, so these petite containers discreetly held a lady’s cosmetics, cigarette lighter, and other daily necessities. Available in this sale is an 18-karat gold and enamel vanity case from
Listed 17th-century Dutch artist Jan van Goyen’s “City View at a Canal” oil painting was once part of the Baron Koningswarter Collection auctioned in Berlin in 1906FALLS CHURCH, Va. – On Saturday, September 24, northern Virginia’s Quinn’s Auction Galleries will present a 375-lot Fine and Decorative Arts Auction with selections from distinguished residences and collections of the Mid-Atlantic region. The auction will commence at 10 a.m Eastern time, and all bidding will be live online, by phone or absentee.The auction features a broad array of Asian, American, European, and Modern arts. Among the artists represented in the fine art category are Merton D. Simpson (co-founder of Harlem’s Spiral Collective), 17th-century Dutch painter Jan van Goyen, neo-pop artist Peter Tunney, and many others of marketplace significance. Decorative art categories include bronzes, art glass, tall-case clocks, Modern and antique furniture; and Galle cameo-glass lamps. Ceramics include Greek pottery from 6th century Corinth and 5th century Sicily. An excellent variety of Asian decorative arts incorporates porcelain, jades, Japanese Fuchi Kashira, Chinese bronzes, South Eastern Asian wood carvings, and Chinese screens. And as Quinn’s clientele has come to expect, there will also be a boutique selection of fine jewelry that includes rings, bracelets and necklaces, crafted from gold and sterling silver.Jan van Goyen (Dutch, 1596-1656), ‘City View at a Canal,’ oil-on-panel, circa 1640s. Sight: 19 x 25¼in; framed 30 x 36in. Partial gallery label on verso from Konigswarter auction held by Friedrich Schwarz and Eduard Schulte in Berlin on Nov. 20, 1906. Listed as No. 25 in the Collection of Baron Koningswarter auction catalog. Estimate $10,000-$15,000Paintings are led by a circa-1640s Jan van Goyen (Dutch, 1596-1656) oil-on-panel titled City View at a Canal. The 19- by 25¼-inch work retains a partial gallery label on verso from a 1906 auction of the Baron Koningswarter Collection held
New York: Just in time for Mother’s Day, Lark Mason Associates is delighted to announce a sale of Fine Jewelry from New York Estates, which opens for bidding on Tuesday May 3rd through May 19th on iGavelAuctions.com.“This sale overflows with wonderful gifts for Mother’s Day,” says Lark Mason. “Their low estimates add to the allure of these beautiful treasures, making them accessible at all price points.”A 14k Gold Swimmer Link Necklace, designed by Carey Boone NelsonAccording to Mason, the sale includes gold jewelry from the estate of Carey Boone Nelson, a direct descendant of Daniel Boone. Ms. Nelson was a self-taught sculptor and jewelry designer who studied under the Prix de Rome winner, Arthur Lorenzani and John Hovennes at the Art Students League in New York and with John Terken of the National Sculpture Society. She was recognized for her accomplishments in the arts by the Salmagundi Club, The National Arts Club, the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club and was a member of the society of illustrators and the Royal Society of Arts, LondonAmong the 120 lots of fine and silver jewelry is a Platinum, Diamond and Pearl Ring set with a central 2.00 carat round diamond and a 7.5mm pearl, estimated at $2,500/3,500. Also offered are several panther-form pieces, including a gold panther link necklace (Estimate: $1,000/1,500), a large panther-form convertible brooch pendant for $1,000/1,500 and a gold-hinged panther bracelet. The sale also features several diamond pieces including an 18K White Gold and Diamond Necklace with graduated stones (Estimate: $3,000/5000), an 18K White Gold and Diamond Bracelet (Estimate: $2,000/3000), and a Pair of 18K Gold and Diamond Leaf Form Ear Clips priced at $400/600. Rounding out the sale are a few small antique pieces, including a finally detailed Indian Repousse Gold, Pearl and Emerald Ring or Clothing Ornament that depicts a female
Wide Array of 320 Lots Goes Up for Bid on Saturday, December 11SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA, November 30, 2021 – Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to present a Holiday Auction on Saturday, December 11, 2021, featuring Fine and Decorative Art, Asian, Silver & Jewelry. Offering 320 lots from estates and consignors, the auction showcases an inviting selection of items ideal for holiday gift-giving – or special treasures to enjoy oneself!Artist: Thomas Hill (1829-1908). Medium: Oil on Canvas. Title: Untitled (Still Life with Fish and Vegetables). Size: 27″ x 34″; 36 1/8″ x 42 1/4″ (frame). Signature: “T. Hill” lower right. Condition: Craquelure; one small area of flaking. Period gilt frame, some plaster loss. Estimate $15,000-$20,000.Fine art in a variety of media include works from the 18th-20th centuries, mostly from Europe and America. Among the noted artists are Ira Yeager, Thomas Hill, Julian Rix, Erté, Umberto Levi, Samuel Bak, Dan Namingha, George Rodrigue, Janice Biala, and Mark Adams. Asian pieces from the 19th and 20th centuries include cloisonné and hardstone, censers, storage jars, lacquer platters, bowls and dishes, a rock crystal figure, a carved box, and Satsuma and Imari pieces. In addition to several distinctive lots of Russian silver, there are a sterling silver tea service, goblets, tableware, and flatware. A diverse selection of bronze commemorative medals is also on offer.The auction also features an eclectic selection of decorative arts: wall sconces, architectural panels, a brass lantern clock, rock crystal balls on stands, a mother-of-pearl bowl and cribbage box, Boehm porcelain plaques, an Aubusson floral tapestry, an Italian neoclassical pier mirror, several maps from the Planisphaerium Ptolemaicum series, an antique cased ship model of the “Flying Cloud,” an amethyst jardinière, a Leica M3 camera plus and lens and accessories, glass vases by noted makers, Lalique items, collections of perfume bottles,
Phillips will offer over 150 pieces of jewelry from a single Middle Eastern collector this fall. With a total auction estimate of USD 12 million to $17 million, this is…
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